The full programme of the 2013 Research Forum of the European Society of International Law (ESIL) is now available. The Forum will reflect on the theme ‘International Law as a Profession’ and will take place in the historical centre of the city of Amsterdam on 23-25 May 2013. Confirmed speakers in the (semi) plenaries include: Samantha Besson, Jochen von Bernstorff, James Crawford, Joan Donoghue, Pierre-Marie Dupuy, Shaheed Fatima, David Kennedy, Anne Orford and Andreas Paulus. The programme also features 15 panels that will discuss cutting edge research- as well as practice-oriented topics by both young and more established scholars. Please register promptly at www.esil2013.nl as the number of seats is limited and the number of participants is increasing swiftly.

The society is delighted to announce that the 5th ESIL Research Forum will be held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on Thursday 23 – Saturday 25 May 2013, hosted by the Amsterdam Center for International Law (ACIL) of the University of Amsterdam (UvA) and the Department of Transnational Legal Studies, VU University Amsterdam (VU). The theme of the Research Forum is  ‘International Law as a Profession’ and the Forum will allow the professional community to gain new insights into how to address the new challenges facing international law in the globalized environment of the second decade of the 21st century.

Updated information about the event can be found at all times on the Research Forum website.

The Call for Papers and Panel Proposals is now open, and the deadline for submission of abstracts and panel proposals is Thursday 15 November 2012. All ESIL members are encouraged to submit abstracts and proposals for panels. Please forward this email to any colleagues who may also be interested.

El nuevo website de la ESIL se puede consultar aquí. El cambio es grande y tiene un montón de recursos nuevos, incluyendo una nueva publicación llamada ESIL Reflections, cuya primera entrega está firmada por el profesor Laurence Helfer con un análisis de la reunión de Brighton sobre el futuro de la jurisdicción europea de derechos humanos: ‘The Burdens and Benefits of Brighton’.

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